vermilion

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الإنجليزية - التركية
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A type of red dye worn in the parting of the hair by married Hindu women
Having the color of the vermilion dye
A vivid red synthetic pigment made of mercury sulfide
Having a brilliant red colour
A vivid red or slightly orange colour

vermilion colour:.

Vermilion is used to describe things that are bright red in colour. her vermilion lip gloss The furniture on it is glossy vermilion. a very bright red colour (vermeillon, from vermeil , from vermiculus type of insect from which red color is obtained, from vermis )
{i} scarlet color; bright red pigment made from a chemical reaction between mercury and sulfur
Hence, a red color like the pigment; a lively and brilliant red; as, cheeks of vermilion
It has a fine red color, and is much used in coloring sealing wax, in printing, etc
of a vivid red to reddish-orange color
a variable color that is vivid red but sometimes with an orange tinge
color vermilion
A bright red pigment consisting of mercuric sulphide, obtained either from the mineral cinnabar or artificially
To color with vermilion, or as if with vermilion; to dye red; to cover with a delicate red
color vermilion of a vivid red to reddish-orange color
vermillion
Having such a colour
vermillion
The colour of this pigment
vermillion
The red skin of the lip or its border with the skin of the face
vermillion
A reddish-orange pigment, mercuric sulfide (HgS), originally derived from cinnabar
Vermillion
{i} city in South Dakota (USA)
vermillion
{i} Chinese red, scarlet color; bright red pigment made from a chemical reaction between mercury and sulfur, cinnabar, mercuric sulfide used to make a reddish pigment
vermillion
of a vivid red to reddish-orange color
vermillion
{s} of bright red color
vermillion
a reddish-orange pigment, mercuric sulphide (HgS), derived from cinnabar
vermilion

    الواصلة

    ver·mil·ion

    التركية النطق

    vırmîlyın

    النطق

    /vərˈməlyən/ /vɜrˈmɪljən/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    (noun.) 13th century. From French vermeil (“vermilion”), from Latin vermiculus (“little worm”), the coccus Indicus, from vermis (“worm”).

    كلمة اليوم

    scrannel
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